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Op-Ed by Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop: Australia’s prospering partnership with ASEAN

On a recent visit to South East Asia, I was reminded of the strength of Australia’s partnership with the countries of ASEAN – the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

In Malaysia I met some of the 300,000 alumni of Australian universities, many now serving in key government and business positions.

In the Philippines I saw first-hand our joint relief effort in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan and was joined by hundreds of school children to celebrate a new $150 million Australian initiative for basic education needs.

In Vietnam, I was reminded further of our cooperation with projects such as the Australian-Asian Development Bank co-funded Cao Lanh Bridge that will connect communities in an economy of nearly 90 million people.

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News: Australian support Vietnam's economic reforms

Australia will provide up to $2.5 million to Vietnam through the Restructuring for a More Competitive Vietnam initiative. This support will progress investment reform, rural sector restructuring and competition policy. These reforms will help Vietnam meet its commitments under its regional and international trade agreements, and lift Vietnam’s economic competitiveness to boost its regional and global trade.

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Applications now open for the Australian Government’s Direct Aid Program 2014-15 - 21 August

Australia supports Vietnam in economic restructuring and increasing competitiveness - 11 August

Embassies host seminar on non-state media in contemporary Vietnam - 1 August

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Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships

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Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Australia

 6 Timbarra Crescent, O'Malley, ACT, 2606, Australia

Phone: (02) 6286 6059 (EXT: 101/102)

Direct Line: (02) 6286 5660 or (02) 6286 8465

  Fax: (02) 6286 4534

Email : [email protected] or [email protected]

Website :

    Working time

    Monday - Thursday: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

    Friday: 9.00 am - 4.30 pm

    Australian public holidays are excepted

    Vietnamese Public holidays in 2010

    01/01/2010: New Year day
    26/01/2010: Australian National Day
    13/02/2010: The final day of the Lunar Year
    14/02/2010: The first day of the new Lunar Year (Tet)
    30/04/2010: Reunification Day
    01/05/2010: Labour Day
    02/09/2010: Vietnamese National Day

    Other Contacts:

Defense Attaché Office

4 Broinowski Place, Isaacs ACT 2607

Telephone: (02) 6156 0278; Fax : (02) 62868289

Email : [email protected]

 Education Office

1/11 - 13 Laseron Place, Mawson, ACT 2607

Telephone/ Fax: (02) 6134 6198

Email: [email protected]

 Science and Technology Office

1 Goble Street, Hughes, ACT 2605

Telephone/ Fax: (02) 6156 4396

Email: [email protected]

 Trade Office in sydney

115 Commonwealth St. Surry Hill, Sydney 2010

Telephone : (02) 9211 6664, Fax: (02) 92116653

Email: [email protected]

     Vietnam News Agency - Sydney

    2/185 Fitzgerald Ave. Maroubra, NSW 2035

    Telephone: (02) 93447934; Fax: (02) 9349 2762

    Email: [email protected]

     Vietnam Airlines  - Sydney

    Level 13, Suite 1301, 31 Market St. Sydney 2000

    Telephone: (02) 92839658; Fax : (02) 92836355

    [email protected]














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